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Create New Shortcut to Show Desktop (Windows 7)

If you have a “Shortcut to Desktop” icon, you can use it to minimize all open windows.   If the shortcut does not already exist you can create one.  We will also show you how to add this new shortcut to your Quick Launch Toolbar for easy access.
 

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Windows 7 – How to Open ‘Documents’ instead of ‘Libraries’

When you open Windows Explorer in Windows 7, the default is to open the 'Libraries' view.  In previous versions of Microsoft Windows the default was to open 'My Documents' or 'Documents'.  By following the steps outlined in this video you can change the settings.  You will be able to view 'Documents' when you open Windows Explorer instead of 'Libraries'.

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Windows 7 – Manage Notification Area Icons

In the bottom right corner of your desktop is the Notification Area.  There are standard icons that appear in this area.  You can make changes to what, and how different icons are displayed.

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How to Stop Accidentally Moving Outlook Folders (Windows 7)

It is very easy to accidentally drag and drop items into a new location without realizing it (i.e. an e-mail folder in Outlook). If you turn on the ‘ClickLock’ feature on your mouse it can help eliminate any accidental errors. When ‘ClickLock’ is on, you have to click a second time to drop the item in its new location. ‘ClickLock’ settings are different in Windows XP and Windows 7, see the appropriate documentation and video for your operating system.
 

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Stop Accidentally Moving Outlook Folders (Windows XP)

It is very easy to accidentally drag and drop items into a new location without realizing it (i.e. an e-mail folder in Outlook). If you turn on the ‘ClickLock’ feature on your mouse it can help eliminate any accidental errors. When ‘ClickLock’ is on, you have to click a second time to drop the item in its new location. ‘ClickLock’ settings are different in Windows XP and Windows 7, see the appropriate documentation and video for your operating system.
 

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